- Style:Alt-Country,Alternative Folk,Alternative/Indie Rock,Chinese Traditions,Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
- Date of release:April 7, 2009
- Recording date:March, 2006 - January, 2007
- Recording location:Green Dolphin Studio, Beijing, China
- Size FLAC version1558 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1842 megabytes
- Size WMA version1924 megabytes
- Formats:VOC MP4 APE MP1 MMF WMA
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Eagle - Студийный альбом от Mamer. В альбом вошло 11 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 45:22. Jevat Star f. 3lly&. Mamer-Ka Pene Magije Te Jakende Isi (Official Video 2011). Koco Petrovski i Mamer - Bajramsko oro. Koco Petrovski i Mamer - Oro. komidi snai - Mamer dzin.
Following Eagle, the album charged into my ears and shout out its surprising eloquence. In the second track, "Lligai", Mamer brought forth ragged beauty from his baritone vocals, which were backed behind an array of harmonizing acoustic instruments and flute. In "celebrations", Mamer shows off his instrumental creativity and pushes aside his unique vocal allurement. The song commenced in painting me a picture of the unnoticed, desolate china with its folk melodies.
This album has an average beat per minute of 139 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 97/192 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 97BPM, ends at 140BPM (+43), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
There are lots of awful musical genre designations out there, but surely "Chinagrass" is one of the worst. It's probably an inevitable one, though, since it refers to a strange blend of traditional Chinese and Kazakh folk music with strains of American old-time and country music; and its poster boy is Xinjiang native Mamer.
Mamer plunks and strums on a variety of guitars, bazouki, Jew's harp and the two-stringed dombra lute, occasionally joined by other traditional instruments such as the sinuous-sounding ghijek fiddle on Man and the startlingly breathy, end-blown flute (sybyzghy) on, err, Flute Song. There are also a couple of engaging instrumentals, which depart more from traditional formats. Celebration features Bela Fleck duelling on his banjo with Mamer, and Where Are You Going? is a mesmerising strum.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
CreditsAdil - Violin
Marc Bessant - Design
Béla Fleck - Banjo, Featured Artist
Robin Haller - Arranger, Audio Production, Bass Instrument, Composer, Guitars, Percussion, Programming
Ilchi - Percussion, Throat Singing
Ishek Sisters - Vocals (Background)
Kasaimu - Drums
Mamer - Arranger, Bouzouki, Composer, Dobro, Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Nylon String), Jew's-Harp, Primary Artist, Vocals
Mayrambek - koboz
Matteo Scumaci - Arranger, Audio Production, Bass Instrument, Composer, Guitars, Mixing, Percussion, Programming
|1||Eagle Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||3:07|
|2||Iligai Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||3:07|
|3||Proverbs Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||4:33|
|4||Celebration Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||3:40|
|5||Man Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||3:42|
|6||Kargashai Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||3:59|
|7||Flute Song Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||2:40|
|8||Mountain Wind Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||5:10|
|9||Blackbird Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||5:06|
|10||Where Are You Going? Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||4:38|
|11||Mountain Wind [Hector Zazou Mix] Robin Haller / Mamer / Matteo Scumaci||Mamer||5:35|